December 31st, 2014

Ten Finalists of the Mars One University Competition Mars One

Mars One is happy to present the ten finalists of the Mars One university competition!
Which project would you like to see fly to Mars on our 2018 unmanned lander mission?
You can vote by liking the image of your favorite project.
You can like / vote until December 31st, 2014 and the winner will be announced on January 5th, 2015.

June 30th, 2014

Mars One announces Request for Proposals for 2018 Mars lander payloads Mars One

Mars One is extending a formal invitation to universities, research bodies, and companies to contribute to the payload of the 2018 unmanned Mars Lander. The best ideas will be chosen by a panel of experts. This mission will act as a staging point for the first-ever human mission to the red planet in 2025. Mars One is soliciting proposals for four demonstration payloads that will demonstrate technologies for the human mission in 2025, proposals for one payload that will be elected in a world wide university competition, and proposals for two payloads that are for sale to the highest bidder. These last two payloads can be used for scientific experiments, marketing activities or anything inbetween. “We are opening our doors to the scientific community in order to source the best ideas from around the world,” said Arno Wielders, co-founder and chief technical officer of Mars One. “The ideas that are adopted will not only be used on the lander in 2018, but will quite possibly provide the foundation for the first human colony on Mars. For anyone motivated by human exploration, there can be no greater honor than contributing to a manned mission to Mars.” The payloads will be part of the Mars One lander that will be launched in August 2018. The lander will be built on the same platform that was used for the 2007 NASA Phoenix mission. Mars One contracted Lockheed Martin, who also built the Phoenix spacecraft, to develop the mission concept study for the 2018 lander.

April 9th, 2013

Mars One now accepts Bitcoin donations Mars One

Donations towards our Mars mission can now be made in Bitcoins- the world’s newest, fastest growing currency and the internet’s own local currency.
Bitcoin makes it easy for people from all over the world to donate to Mars One. Anybody, anywhere who has access to the internet can transfer bitcoins without needing an account with a third party. This will help us dissolve more boundaries and surpass geographic distances between us and our supporters far away so that we can work together towards our global mission.

January 8th, 2013

Mars One Issues Requirements For 2013 Astronaut Selection Mars One

Mars One, a not-for-profit organization which plans to establish a human settlement on Mars in 2023, today issued the base requirements for its pending Astronaut Selection Program. This establishes the first step toward the global selection process which will commence in the first half of 2013.
Unique to all other space exploration endeavors before it, Mars One is opening the astronaut program to anyone on planet Earth that meets the base criteria. It is not necessary to have military training nor experience in flying aircraft nor even a science degree. It is most important that each applicant be intelligent, in good mental and physical health, and be willing to dedicate eight years to training and learning before making the journey to his or her new home on Mars.

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